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Social’s Not Buying Joy Reid’s Alibi About Homophobic Posts

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MSNBC host Joy Reid appears to have gotten herself into a bit of a pickle -- unless, of course, she’s the victim of a truly insane conspiracy to tear her down. Over the past few weeks, homophobic posts from Reid’s old blog, “The Reid Report,” have resurfaced. The posts are from 2005 to 2009, and Reid could have pretty easily owned up to them and apologized. In fact, that’s something she’s done before, as she had to apologize in December when similarly homophobic remarks in posts between 2007 and 2009 were unearthed. In this case, however, Reid went on the defensive, claiming she had learned in December that “an unknown, external party accessed and manipulated material from … The Reid Report, to include offensive and hateful references that are fabricated.” The problem is her hacking theory is truly improbable: Screenshots of the posts in question were taken from the Wayback Machine, which archives web pages in real time. In other words, someone would have had to have hacked Reid’s site over a decade ago, well before she was famous to the degree she is now, without her even noticing. Wayback Machine put out a statement saying that “we found nothing to indicate tampering or hacking.” The Daily Beast has “paused” Reid’s column until the matter is fully investigated, and over the past three days, @JoyAnnReid has a 41 percent positive score on Social. –Alex Shultz, Image: Twitter / @JoyAnnReid

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